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big thing in social media. >> it's the final frontier of connectivity because we spend five years of our lives in that metal box. >> he says it's a way for merchants to send coupons and discounts to drivers spotted nearby. some has high speed cameras that can capture license plate data for marketing and new version of honking your horn. >> the way to make accountability in roadways by letting drivers connect with each other and rate and rank each other. >> the toyota has a online a facebook profile with photo and yes, she says, it may be a new way to meet ignite in the next car. >> it happens a lot but a guy will text you. i think it could be very exciting. >> you have a license plate, you may be able that back to where person lives and stalk them. >> this could be the newest way for a stranger to reach in someone's life. >> how do we prevent people from claiming your license plate? pretending to be you. >> at bump we take privacy very seriously. >> so they automatically automatically set it for private but it does share data for marketing purposes. >> they think it's a human inva
on the job and her history of good health is pretty incredible, as well. >> we begin in san jose where big plans for high-rise living hit a speed bump when the recession hit. developers were hit with a lot of unsold condos but now there a plan "b". >> the 360 residences rolled out with price tags started at half a million dollars at that time when the housing market was crashing. the result is completely empty tower. >> if i could afford living something like 360 i would. >> three other high-rise developments are slowly filling up, but not the 360. david is real estate consultant specializing in high-rise living. he says 360 wasn't up front about demand. >> i think they didn't get as many offers this had he just been honest with people. they were looking for people to make offers. >> plan "b", they bought the property in a foreclosure sale and to allow the 360 to convert to rentals. >> it's good to get it activated. it's a good step. >> the redevelopment agency sold the 360 to the developer for $10 million. $8 million was paid up front and the rest of the bill due when the condos sold. >>
. >> it comes back to being prepared for when the big one hits, not if. no one should wait on prediction. >> i don't see any method you can promise, we could keep working on this for another 50 years. >> she reminds us in geo physics an earthquake tomorrow or 50 years is right on schedule. >>> a major breakthrough for silicon valley. computer chips that could bring changes to the electronics you have at home. new technology at the movies. why close captioning may be could mg to a theater near you. and unique story that is popping up in a san francisco neighborhood. [ male announcer ] nature is unique... ...authentic... ...pure... and also delicious. ♪ like nature valley. granola bars made with crunchy oats and pure honey. because natural is not only good, it also tastes good. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. >>> engineers say they have overcome a major stumbling bock for computer chips to keep up with the speed of new devices. david louie reports, that intel's rivals may not be able to catch up for several years. >> the excitement is over this new 3-d transistor that took them
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